Can you guess which of these patterns I’ve sewn up a muslin for? You will find out in my next post, which will happen when the boyfriend helps me figure out a way to mount backdrops so that I can take full-body (or most of full-body) photos!
Now introducing the second set of patterns I purchased from the thrift store! Unfortunately there were no super cute discoveries like Linda’s set of notes & description of her dress, but I did find a few patterns I liked nevertheless. This bag contained 11 patterns! (still for $1.99!)
This pattern is one of those that I feel would look better with just the drawings…
Here is a pattern with 4 blouse variations, I really only like view 1!
A beautiful dress with long/short sleeve options and a darling peter pan collar! Unfortunately you can’t really make out the short sleeve details in the picture, but they are cute little petal sleeves! This pattern is definitely on my to-make list!
Another pattern which is better suited to drawings only! I think the drawing of view two looks very sophisticated! Especially if done in a lightweight fabric such as silk chiffon… There are just too many things wrong with the dress in the photograph1
Here is a pattern with two very distinct views! I’m not quite sure what silhouette view two is supposed to be (trapezoid?) but view 1 looks very modern-1950s to me!
The most satisfying 1970s pattern cover that there ever was… in my opinion! (Okay so maybe simplicity 9942 from my last set of thrifted patterns was more 1970s) I would really like to make the bustier top, but unfortunately the pattern is too big for me!
I feel like the Taylor Swift’s stylists used this pattern cover to change her hair style… does view 4 not look exactly like Ta ylor Swift’s new hair? Unfortunately I don’t see myself sewing any of these blouses!
While this pattern doesn’t seem very useful… I am in love with the dress in view D! Anytime I can wear a long dress to an event I will! I love the look that comes with floor length-dresses, it’s so very ethereal and dream-like! Especially if you can wear high shoes but still walk smoothly!
The final pattern! Can someone please tell me if these are costumes? I have seen children wearing pinafores! But I have never seen an adult (or a teenager for that matter) wearing a pinafore! What is up with those ruffles?!
As you can see, the bagged patterns carry the inconvenience of purchasing ridiculous patterns (in my opinion, view 1 of simplicity 8403, the trapezoid, and the misses pinafores!) But I figure it works out with the low price point as long as at least one or two patterns get used!
Can you guess which pattern I made a muslin for?! (Hint: It’s not a dress, and I said in my previous post it was a top!)